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Comprehensive Plan to Regenerate Derelict Site of Former Jerma Palace Hotel in Marsascala


From: Ministry for the Environment, Climate Change and Planning
​Published: ​15 June 2020
Running till: ​29 July 2020
​Last Updated: ​30 July 2020

1.        Background​


The Planning Authority has published a proposed Development Brief for the derelict site around the former Jerma Palace Hotel and its immediate environs in Marsascala. The Brief which is being issued for public consultation seeks to provide a planning framework for any future comprehensive development within this area.

The brief significantly lowered the overall development density to a maximum of 65,000sqm, this after the Authority took on-board representations submitted during the initial phase of public consultation. In the proposed objectives that were to guide the brief, the overall development density could reach a maximum of 100,000sqm.​

2.        Documents

The proposed development brief together with the respective maps may be viewed on the Authority's website  

3.        Submission of input
Individuals and organisations were invited to send their submissions in writing
through e-mail address: 

Submissions were received by 29 July 2020.                              
We thank you for your input.

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In addition, please be aware of:
·         Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act (Chapter 496)
As we are a public authority all documents we hold, including documents related to this public consultation process, may be released following a request to us under the Freedom of Information Act (Chap. 496), unless such request may be subject of an exemption arising from the same Act.​

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